I got a text Tuesday saying that our granddaughter finally tested negative for Covid and was able to return to school. It also means they can all stop wearing N95 masks all waking hours and both parents can catch up on their work. Neither parent caught it from her and I am very thankful for that.
Tuesday we drove to where our other son and DIL were pet sitting and they made lunch for us. We went to a lovely park and took a walk afterwards and were sent home with as many oranges and minneolas as we wanted fresh picked from the trees where they were staying. For all I don’t love where we currently live I do love that it is close enough to get together with them frequently.
We continue to be able to find plenty of food at the store although substituting is sometimes required. We also continue to eat pretty much everything we buy with the occasional veggies or fruit going bad. I am always thankful that we can afford and have access to good food.
Supply chain shortages is such a unique problem in our country but it does seem to be with us for the long run now. Turns us all in to food hoarders which doesn't help the situation.ReplyDelete
Glad your family is out of the Covid woods.
So glad to hear that your granddaughter is better and that mom & dad didn't catch it. And your visit with other son & d-i-l sounds delightful; fresh picked citrus is the best!ReplyDelete